Now we live in a high-tech world and there is a lot of information here. While our electronic devices do not have enough space to store them, so more and more people are using cloud drives to keep their data forever.
Have you ever encountered issues of cloud services? For example, how to manage multiple cloud drives? How to transfer or sync your personal Google Drive files to OneDrive for Business? I think it’s time to recommend MultCloud to you, it is definitely the solution to all your cloud drive problems.
It is a free cloud storage manager that integrates multiple cloud drives into one free web-app, so you can manage files more efficiently and transfer files more easily between different cloud drives. And after many rounds of user testing,the interface, features, and supported services have reached advanced levels.
The Overview of MultCloud
MultCloud now supports 32 cloud drives, which basically covers all the cloud drives you may use. They are Google Drive, G Suite, OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, Dropbox, Dropbox Business, Box, Amazon S3, SugarSync, Alfresco, hubiC, Evernote, CloudMe, Cubby, MyDrive, WEB.DE, Yandex, HiDrive, MySQL, Flickr, MediaFire, ownCloud, ADrive, Baidu, MEGA, WebDAV, pCloud, Egnyte, Backblaze and FTP/SFTP and more popular clouds.
With MultCloud, you can either create a new account or experience without signing up, and then add the clouds you need to manage into it.
Every time you add a cloud service, you need to authorize the cloud. MultCloud’s authorization system is based on OAuth, which applies 256-bit AES Encryption for SSL, and all operations you do are performed on MultCloud’s server.
It will not save any of your data and files, and you don’t need to worry about data security.
The Highlights Of MultCloud
- With MultCloud, you can transfer files across cloud services. You can directly transfer or sync files from one cloud to another without downloading and uploading again and again.
- MultCloud will complete the transfer tasks even you shut down your computer, so there is no need to keep your computer open when transferring files, just start a mission, and MultCloud can do everything for you.
- You can also perform scheduled tasks according to your convenience.
- In order to speed up the process of transferring, it uses multi-server parallel transmission, which is fast and stable.
- MultCloud has its own file manager where you can perform various tasks such as uploading, downloading, copying, pasting, uploading, downloading, deleting, editing and renaming files. File preview allows you to preview files online and supports Doc, PDF files, etc.
The Guide Of Using MultCloud
Next, let me show you how to use MultCloud to transfer files from Google Drive to OneDrive as an example.
Step 1. Create an account to access to MultCloud or click “Experience without signing”. You can get 30GB of data traffic to transfer and sync various files when you are using MultCloudfor the first time, and every month you will have 30GB of data traffic.
Step 2. Hit “Add Cloud Drives” button to add your Google Drive and OneDrive to MultCloud.
Step 3. Then your Google Drive and OneDrive will be listed in the left panel. Now you should go to the “Cloud Transfer” section and specify the source and destination clouds as Google Drive and OneDrive respectively to move files from Google Drive to OneDrive. Finally, click “Transfer Now”.
When the transfer task is over, you will find that your files have been migrated fromGoogle Drive to OneDrive successfully.
MultCloud is a free web application and all the operationsare particularly simple. It only takes three steps to achieve file transfer between multiple cloud drives. No matter what cloud drive you use, whether you want to manage cloud services files or move files between cloud storage, MultCloud will not let you down.
After using it, I really think its basic functions are really powerful, and I believe it is the best application on the market for cloud management solutions. I sincerely suggest you at least try MultCloud.